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  • 1963

    • 1963: She was promoted with the resignation of Gil Grissom in the episode, "One to Go." Born in Las Vegas on March 26, 1963, Catherine Willows was raised by her single mother, a cocktail waitress and showgirl. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 1971

    • 1971: The show's spinoffs also use The Who songs as their theme songs: Won't Get Fooled Again for CSI: Miami and Baba O'Riley for CSI: NY, both recorded by The Who in 1971 for their album Who's Next. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • August 18, 1971: Nicholas Stokes was born into the family of a judge and a lawyer in Dallas, Texas on August 18, 1971. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 1975


  • 1978


  • 1990


  • 2000

    • 2000: The network's executives liked the pilot so much that they decided to include it in their 2000 schedule immediately, airing on Fridays after The Fugitive. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2000: Initially it was thought that CSI would benefit from The Fugitive, which was expected to be a hit, but by the end of the year 2000 CSI had a much larger audience. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2000: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a television series which debuted in 2000. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Muppet_wikia.
    • 2000: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a television series which debuted in 2000. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Muppet_wikia.
    • October 6, 2000: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as CSI: Las Vegas) is an American crime drama television series, which premiered on CBS on October 6, 2000. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2001

    • 2001: For the 2001 season CBS decided to move CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, along with the hit franchise Survivor, to Thursday night, ending NBC's long dominance of these television hours, because even though they had a long-standing and popular Must See TV lineup (such as Friends and Will & Grace) they could not compete with CSI's numbers per week. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2001: Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2001 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2001: Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Series – 2001 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2001: Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series – 2001 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2002

    • May, 2002: The success of the show encouraged CBS to produce a franchise, starting in May 2002 with the spin-off CSI: Miami and then again in 2004 with CSI: NY. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: CBS became the most-watched network on American television, with CSI being the most-watched program on television for the 2002–2003 TV season,[16] and the most-watched scripted show for five consecutive seasons, from the 2002–2003 season through the 2006–2007 season. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Nevertheless, CSI became the most-watched show on American television by 2002. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: CSI has been ranked as among the worst prime-time shows for family viewing by the Parents Television Council nearly every season since its second,[27][28][29][30] being ranked the worst show for family prime-time viewing after the 2002–2003[31] and 2005–2006[32] seasons. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Drama Series – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (Prosthetic) – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (Non-Prosthetic) – 2002 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: Gómez's recent credits include guest spots on NYPD Blue in 2002, and CSI: Miami in 2003. - Panchito Gómez, Muppet_wikia.
    • September, 2002: Like NBC's Law & Order franchise, CBS went on to produce their own franchise starting in September 2002 with the spin-off CSI: Miami, set in Miami, Florida. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2003

    • 2003: Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2003 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series – 2003 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Outstanding Drama Series – 2003 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (Prosthetic) – 2003 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (Non-Prosthetic) – 2003 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Also in 2003 she played the part of Nora Easton in the episode "Got Murder?" of TV series C.S.I.. - Evan Rachel Wood, Wikipedia.
    • 2003: Gómez's recent credits include guest spots on NYPD Blue in 2002, and CSI: Miami in 2003. - Panchito Gómez, Muppet_wikia.

  • 2004

    • 2004: The show's gadgets and occasional usage of yet-to-be-invented technology have moved the show nominally into the genre of science fiction and garnered it a 2004 Saturn Award nomination for best network television series. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: The 2004–2005 season finale, directed by Quentin Tarantino and entitled "Grave Danger", was watched by over 35 million viewers on May 19, 2005, twice that of the nearest competition. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama Series – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Best Network Television Series – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Outstanding Drama Series – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (Non-Prosthetic) – 2004 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • September, 2004: Another spin-off debuted September 2004 with CSI: NY, set in New York City. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2005

    • February, 2005: In addition, the episode "King Baby" aired in February 2005, which the PTC named the most offensive TV show of the week,[38] also led the PTC to start a campaign to file complaints with the FCC with the episode;[39] to date, nearly 13,000 PTC members complained to the Federal Communications Commission about the episode. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2005: Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series – 2005 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2005: Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2005 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2005: Outstanding Single-camera Sound Mixing For A Series – 2005 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2005: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (non-prosthetic) – 2005 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2006

    • May 11, 2006: At the end of the episode, "Built To Kill," Brass is seen in a tattoo parlor, having the date of his shooting (May 11, 2006) tattooed just below the bullet scar. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: The series also occasionally steps into the realm of fantasy, such as a 2006 episode, "Toe Tags" which is told from the point of view of several corpses in the CSI lab who reanimate and discuss their deaths with each other. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Productions, which became CBS Paramount Television in the fall of 2006. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series – 2006 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2006 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-camera Series – 2006 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: Outstanding Single-camera Sound Mixing For A Series – 2006 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2006: Top TV Series – 2006 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2007

    • 2007: In Fall 2007, CBS teamed up with game developer Gameloft to bring CSI to mobile phones. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series – 2007 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Miniseries Or Special – 2007 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score) – 2007 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series – 2007 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry opened an exhibit in CSI's honor on May 25, 2007 called: "CSI: The Experience". - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Outstanding Makeup For A Series (non-prosthetic) – 2007 - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • August, 2007: A grassroots campaign started on August 2007, upon rumors of Jorja Fox leaving the show,[19] organized by the online forum Your Tax Dollars At Work. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • September 27, 2007: After CSI's season eight premiered, a miniature model of character Gil Grissom's office (which he was seen building during season seven) was put up on eBay. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • October 16, 2007: By October 16, 2007 according to the site's tally, more than 20,000 letters with money or flyers had been mailed to the Universal Studios and to CBS headquarters in New York from forty-nine different countries since the campaign started on September 29, 2007. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • October 7, 2007: The auction ended October 7, with the prop being sold for $15,600; CBS donated the proceeds to the National CASA Association. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • November, 2007: The series was found to be in the same "universe" as fellow CBS police-drama Without a Trace during a crossover episodes airing in early November 2007. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • November 8, 2007: A two-part crossover episode with Without a Trace aired on November 8, 2007. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2008

    • May 8, 2008: The episode "Two And a Half Deaths", written by Two and a Half Men writers Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn, was aired. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2008: In spring 2008, Gameloft and CBS released "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The Mobile Game" which is based on the original series in Las Vegas, NV. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2008: As of the fall of 2008, CSI commands an average cost of $262,600 for a 30-second commercial, according to an Advertising Age survey of media-buying firms. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2008: The show ranked number three in DVR playback (3.07 million viewers), according to Nielsen prime DVR lift data from September 22 to November 23, 2008. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • July 15, 2008: Actor William Petersen was originally reported to have renewed his contract for the show's ninth season, but the Associated Press reported on July 15, 2008, that Petersen was leaving the show as a regular in the ninth season's tenth episode in order to pursue more stage acting opportunities. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.

  • 2009

    • April 2, 2009: It has reached milestone episodes, such as the 100th, "Ch-Ch-Changes", the 150th, "Living Legend", which starred Roger Daltrey from The Who and the 200th, "Mascara", airing on April 2, 2009. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • April 2, 2009: The 200th episode of CSI aired on April 2, 2009. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2009: Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore along with Galactica actors Grace Park and Rekha Sharma, make cameo appearances in the 2009 episode "A Space Oddity". - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2009: CBS Home Entertainment (distributed by Paramount) released the first season on High Definition Blu-ray disc on May 12, 2009. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • 2009: Nankin followed Thompson and Weddle from Battlestar Galactica to CSI and he directed their script for the twentieth episode of the ninth season. - Michael Nankin, Wikipedia.
    • 2009: The CSI: Trilogy starred Laurence Fishburne as Dr. Raymond Langston as he starts off on CSI: Miami in episode "Bone Voyage," continues his journey on CSI: NY in episode "Hammer Down," and ends with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in episode "The Lost Girls." These episodes aired November 7, 11, and 12, 2009. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • July 27, 2009: Actress Lauren Lee Smith will not be back for the tenth season of CSI, said executive producer Naren Shankar, on July 27, 2009 and says the decision to let Smith and her character go was "an issue of how we were feeling the ensemble was working."[13] - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • September 24, 2009: The tenth season of CSI premiered on September 24, 2009 at 9 pm EST. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • September, 2009: Tokyopop releashed a manga version of CSI written by Sekou Hamilton and drawn by Steven Cummings. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.
    • September 1, 2009: Season 9 was released on September 1, 2009. - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Wikipedia.






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